We’ve had success, but we still need your help
The matching grant was announced at the beginning of November and has elicited an outstanding response from the community.
“It’s a very exciting time in Beverly/Morgan Park, with so many young families, expanding cultural events and unique new businesses,” said BAPA Executive Director Susan Flood.
The extension of the Driehaus challenge grant gives BAPA more time to leverage the positive momentum and continue spreading the word.
“There’s no stronger endorsement of our bright future than when someone like Richard Driehaus decides to give with such generosity,” Flood said.
Why support BAPA with the Driehaus Challenge Grant?
This generous matching grant from the Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust will allow BAPA to expand its grassroots work that targets beautification; supports neighborhood schools; strengthens services to local businesses; reactivates community partnerships and more.
BAPA relies on financial support from neighbors who understand our mission to keep Beverly/Morgan Park strong and beautiful. But an important aspect of this grant opportunity is the positive reflection of BAPA’s leadership and work and an affirmation of BAPA’s vital role in the Beverly/Morgan Park.
The residents and businesses in Beverly/Morgan Park have a long history of supporting BAPA’s work, and we are hoping that neighbors who have not yet become members will view this grant as an opportunity to show their confidence in BAPA work and double the impact of their dollars.
Do you have questions about the challenge grant or Giving Tuesday? Email us, and we’ll be in touch.
BAPA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.